|DDCL offers three basic plans:||Standard||Deluxe||ELITE|
|$500 by sloping newly added soil away from your residence and adding Mole Piping.||$1,250 by sloping newly added soil away from your residence and adding Mole Piping and adding sod over the newly installed soil.||$2,000 by installing a piping system to direct the water runoff away from your reidence|
and adding sod and soil.
|Our Submersible Pump Failed||Submersible Pump||
This spring we had rain for a week and the ground was saturated with water. On this particular night it rained again even harder and in the evening about 9.30pm water started to raise out of the submersible pit in the basement.
We were in Panic Mode what are we going to do, water is raising and we cannot bucket out the water fast enough. Oh no, our stuff needs to be raised off the cement in the basement, we threw towels on the floor to stop the water.
DDCL representive came over immediately and a new submersible pump was temperarily installed within one hour. A rubber joint was added in the pipe (no unions on existing system). Water was then pumped out the basement window and in the morning the sump pump was hooked upto the existing system.
Thanks for having a quick response time in our time of need.
Mr & Mrs Eduardo Requilman
Any dirt and debris in the plastic container (Reservoir) should be cleaned out. Any debis (Plastic, wood, pebbles) could jam the impellers of the submersible pump. If the impeller does not turn water levels will raise and the pit could overflow.